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Today we're going to discuss the news and specifically pro-life versus pro-choice issues!
Leticia Wong is the host of another BlogTalk radio show called TRUradio and Pro Life Fridays.
You can hear the show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truradio
This week, Letitia Wong joins Melissa Pellew as we tackle the topic of the growing "White Privilege" Movement. Is there a such thing as white priviliege in America? Is this just a game of divide and conquer? How are we to look at issues of race and racial reconciliation biblically? What could be the impact on the mobility and dignity of minorities if white privilege theory becomes a common mindset in America? Will the degeneration into tribalism give people the proper view of the human person? Or, will people become rats with different colored fur? How easily will people of different tribes succumb to real power by others and become enslaved?
On the air with us to discuss this topic will be Rev. C.L Bryant. Rev. Bryant, an outspoken pastor, civil rights leader, and producer of Runaway Slave, a documentary about the race to free the black community from the slavery of tyranny and progressive policies. Rev. Bryant, a former NAACP chapter president in Garland, TX, who has appeared on Fox News, CNN, and is a fellow with Freedom Works, abandoned the NAACP which he felt was more about political posturing, and less about civil rights. As a former Democratic Radical who escaped the bondage of Progressivism and denounced the shackles of entitlements, he has committed himself to helping others secure the blessings of liberty that are guaranteed by the Constitution with his new found conservative values. This discussion is sure to be very enlightening and engaging so you do not want to miss it!
Dr. Wallace Wong, a clinical psychologist of the Adolescent and Children Sexual Health Program of the Child and Youth Mental Health Services in Surrey, does. In fact, he made a book about it.” He counsels parents and transgender children and speaks internationally on the subject of sexual health, well being and education.
He will be live at BEA 2014 on May 30, 2014 to promote his latest Children's book "Its So Gay and Its Okay"
Dr. Wong will be Guest Host on Wellness Radio One to talk to listeners about transgender issues and sexual health as well as his new book.
“It’s a new day in Texas,” Patrick told a throng of several hundred supporters gathered in a ballroom at Houston’s Hotel Sorella as it appeared he was on his way to winning 65 percent of the vote.Austin Stateman
“Throughout this campaign, and as the results came in tonight, I have been receiving calls from business leaders concerned about the future of our state,” Van de Putte said in a statement Tuesday night. “Like Texas business owners, and Texans across this entire state, I know that it’s time that politicians like Dan Patrick put their toxic rhetoric to rest.”Leticia Van de Putte
Republican U.S. Rep. Ralph Hall, who at 91 years old is the oldest-ever member of the U.S. House of Representatives, suffered a surprising defeat at the hands of political novice John Ratcliffe 51 percent of the vote, while Hall had 49 percent.
Talk Reel will be chatting with Sybil Reymundo-Santiago Executive Director and Head of Programming of the SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL and Miles Doleac Writer and Director of THE HISTORIAN.
SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL celebrates its 5th year in May with about 70 something entries from all over the world. Sybil Reymundo-Santiago talks about the beginnings of the festival - the business of independent film making and how the independent film festival like SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL becomes another venue for upcoming and professinal film makers to express their creativity.
Miles Doleac, has an academic background and serves as an assistant professor of Classical Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi. In Fall, 2013, Miles completed his first feature as director, "The Historian", based on a screenplay that he wrote.
The Historian is about a troubled, young history professor tries to escape his past by taking a job at a new university, where he struggles with an entrenched and equally-troubled department chair, rampant student apathy, and new relationships that complicate and challenge his worldview. (Miles Doleac)
Other than Doleac, William Sadler, Jillian Taylor, Colin Cunningham, Leticia Jimenez Tamarah Murley, John Collum and Glynnis O'Connor stars in the film.
Join the Visible Conservative for the relaunch of the Visible Conservative "Christians Unleashed"
We discuss politics and all other aspects of life from a biblical perspective and a real life perspective. In other words nothing is off limits.
Tonight's topic of discussion is the blatant double standard of the mainstream media on one perceived act of racism and another actual documented case of racism.
Join me as I talk politics with Letitia Wong the Host of Tru Life Fridays Radio. We are stepping away from one life issue into another life issue.
Rt interviews abstract artist, Vinn Wong and asked him for his opinion on what abstract art is, how do you know if it is any good and what do you use to create your art. Hear his answers and tell us what you think! Our call-in number is 347-850-8907 You can call in and just listen or press one to join in the conversation. Bring your creative fun facts to the show when Rt and Aaron start reading "did you know" posts they have found!
If you would like to be a future guest on the show or you are interested in becoming a sponsor, e-mail Rt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Grant Din is the Community Relations Director at AIISF, where he is working on research and educational projects. He has over 25 years experience in the nonprofit sector, including 18 years at Asian Neighborhood Design in San Francisco in resource development and management positions. An avid family history researcher and genealogist for over twenty years, Grant has traced his grandparents' and other relatives' lives including their stays at Angel Island. He loves to help others learn more about their family histories and always seeks to learn new ways to find information. He and fellow researchers are developing a Chinese American Genealogical Society.
William Wong was born and grew up in Oakland, California’s Chinatown, the youngest child and only son of seven children of Gee Seow Hong and Gee Suey Ting. His parents ran The Great China restaurant in the heart of Chinatown from 1943 to 1961. He attended Oakland public schools and the University of California at Berkeley before becoming a journalist for mainstream newspapers.
Hey Family! Its that time of year again! We will have testimonies of our sisters in the brothers in Christ. We will have guests come on the show to share with us their testimonies.
Today's guest, sunshine herself, Ms. Nicola Wong! Nicola is experiencing the joy of the Lord in ways she hadn't throughout her walk with Christ. I call her sunshine because her smile just lights up the room! Lets get edified as Nikky blesses us with her testimony today!
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Alex Feng is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, practicing traditional Chinese medicine in both California and New York. In the past, he served as the Chairman of the National Commission for Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Alex Feng was trained by his father, Dr. Wei Ren Feng, a well-known scholar and spiritual leader. At age eight, Alex Feng’s father placed him under the tutelage of a private Kung Fu instructor, Master Wong Jian An. At age twelve, he entered the Academy of Judo in Tainan, Taiwan. His numerous teachers include Master Guo Lian Ying, Professor Ray Law, Suchida Sensei, Tenkai Sensei, Wakabayashi Sensei, Myita Sensei, Kubo Sensei, Professor Wang Pei Kun, Keiko Fukuda Sensei, Wally Jay, and Gurumayi. Incorporating the principles of all his teachers, Dr. Feng has taken the path of cross-cultural martial arts and healing to serve humanity.
Alex Feng received a black belt at age nineteen in Judo and Jujitsu and now holds a second-degree black belt in Jujitsu and a fourth-degree in Judo. He started teaching internal and external systems of Kung Fu, Judo and Kodenkan Jujitsu in 1966. In 1967, he was the AJJF national heavyweight champion in Judo.
Wu Tao Kuan Martial Arts Institute opened in 1973 in Berkeley, where Dr. Feng continued to blend the uniqueness of Chinese and Japanese styles of martial arts and healing arts into the Wu Chien Pai system. In 2001, he opened Zhi Dao Guan - The Taoist Center, the first major center devoted to the Taoist Arts in the Bay Area. In addition to Wu Tao Kuan martial arts classes, he offers calligraphy and meditation classes.
Join the Visible Conservative, Letitia Wong, and Melissa Pellew as they discuss every issue pertaining to protecting the sanctity of life, and the defense of the defenseless unborn babies. Today we will be reairing a debate that took place this past Tuesday on "Theology Matters with The Pellews" here on The TRURadio Network.
The debate was on the issue of abortion between a pro-choice advocate and a pro-life advocate. The debate topic is "Should Abortion Remain Legal?". Arguing in the affirmative position that abortion should remain legal, was Matt Dillahunty, former President of the Atheists Community of Austin and one of the hosts of the Austin- based webcast and public access television show, The Atheist Experience. He is also the founder and contributor of the counter-apologetics encyclopedia, Iron Chariots. Matt has debated theists and atheists on a number of topics, including abortion.
Arguing in the negative, that abortion should not remain legal, was Clinton Wilcox. Clinton is a staff apologist for Life Training Institute. He is a regular contributor to the Secular Pro-Life blog and has had articles featured on LifeNews.com and the National Right to Life Committee blog. He is also a speaker and mentor through Justice for All and has spoken to hundreds of pro-life and pro-choice people, on several college campuses across four states and through various on-line mediums.
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